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[photo, T. Bryan McIntire, County Council, Baltimore, Maryland] T. BRYAN McINTIRE, Member, County Council (Republican)

Member, County Council, Baltimore County, representing Councilmanic District 3, since December 1994.

State's Attorney, Carroll County, 1962-70. Master in Chancery, Carroll County Circuit Court, 1979-2002. Past member, Trial Court Judicial Nominating Commission, 8th Commission District (Carroll County). Member, Criminal Justice Information Advisory Board, 2004-05. Board of Trustees, Chesapeake Bay Trust, 2004-.

Attended Baltimore public schools; St. Paul's School; The Johns Hopkins University, B.A.; University of Baltimore School of Law, LL.B. Admitted to Maryland Bar. Attorney. Former member, Maryland State Bar Association (board of governors). Served in Maryland National Guard (major, ret.). Former trustee, 4-H Foundation. Chair, Reservoir Watershed Protection Subcommittee. Married; five children; five grandchildren.

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